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Stress can be a normal part of life, but what happens when you have too much stress? Too much stress can have massive health ramifications. Coping with the impact of chronic stress can be challenging. Because the source of long-term stress is more constant than acute stress, the body never receives a clear signal to
“You Are Not Alone.” That’s the tagline for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) campaign this year. NAMI is focusing on the healing value of connecting in safe ways, prioritizing mental health and acknowledging that it’s okay to not be okay, which seems especially apropos during the pandemic. If you spend much time on
April is Stress Awareness Month, providing a great opportunity for everyone to revisit and reprioritize healthy and productive stress relief strategies. Stress is incredibly common throughout the U.S. and around the world. According to the American Psychological Association’s Stress in America 2020 report, two in three adults (67%) say that they’ve experienced significant stress over the previous year,
The world sure is a chaotic place lately. Are you suddenly rethinking all of your daily routines, and wondering just how many could be disrupted by violence? Unfortunately, that’s normal.  Anxiety over mass shootings is a very real consequence to the increase in mass shootings and media coverage of them. The latest mass shooting in a
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